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Woman who rammed four cars in escape bid arrested, exposes syndicate mastermind

23 September 2014

KUALA LUMPUR: The arrest of a woman who rammed into four vehicles while driving a stolen car in a bid to escape police, led to the capture of a wanted criminal - a car theft mastermind - believed to be her boyfriend.

Muay Thai coach, trader jailed for abducting unemployed man

23 September 2014

SHAH ALAM: A Muay Thai coach and a trader were sentenced to eight years' jail each by the High Court here after pleading guilty to abducting an unemployed man and leaving him nude on the DUKE Highway, near Setiawangsa, last year.

Alleged bomb threat hoaxster claims trial

23 September 2014

PETALING JAYA: A cargo worker at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport claimed trial in the Sessions Court, here, Tuesday to intentionally causing fear among the public through social media with a bomb threat.

Malaysian school co-ops a benchmark for Asian nations, says Muhyiddin

23 September 2014

PAGOH: Malaysia’s school cooperatives movement has attracted the interest of Thai, Indian and Fijian education officials who are impressed with our well-run and systematic cooperative management system, said Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin.

Aegis Malaysia apologises for, withdraws 'uncomplimentary' video on the Philippines

23 September 2014

PETALING JAYA: A business outsourcing company has apologised for uploading a three-minute video on the Internet, which called Malaysia a "preferred alternate" to the Philippines in terms of investments.

Wan Junaidi: 23 gangs under probe

23 September 2014

GEORGE TOWN: Police are intensifying the Op Cantas crackdown on gang-related activities ahead of the Deepavali festival.

Long road to the top for Azmin, but his struggle is not over yet

23 September 2014

KUALA LUMPUR: The vagaries of politics have finally landed Azmin Ali - Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim's long-time acolyte - Selangor's top job, despite many of his PKR colleagues fighting his ascendancy up to the eleventh hour.

Abdul Rahman Dahlan stops interview mid-way, catches 3m-long python

23 September 2014

TUMPAT: Despite the bustle of the hectic campaign for the Pengkalan Kubor by-election, Datuk Abdul Rahman Dahlan managed to do his civil duty and help capture a three-metre long python.

PM to table Budget on Oct 10

23 September 2014

KUALA LUMPUR: The third meeting, second term of the 13th Parliament will be held for 28 days from Oct 7.

Anwar to be probed for sedition, claims Surendran

23 September 2014

PETALING JAYA: Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim is to be probed for sedition by police for a speech he delivered three years ago, claims his lawyer.

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Senior citizen donates RM10,000 saved from recycling scraps

23 September 2014

A woman, who collects scraps for recycling, has donated RM10,000 to a learning centre under an old folks’ home in Triang, Pahang, Sin Chew Daily reported.

GROs entice clients with seductive dangdut dances

23 September 2014

AN entertainment outlet at Medan Putra, Bandar Manjalara in Kepong, was found to have enticed clients by getting its guest relation officers (GROs) to perform seductive dangdut dances, reported Harian Metro.

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Over 10 foetuses found within a year, says Indah Water

22 September 2014

THEIR job description involves cleaning sewage plants but there are times they find more than just waste.

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